Aaron Ramsey angry with Wales coach search

Aaron Ramsey
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Wales captain Aaron Ramsey reveals his disappointment at not being consulted by the FAW during their search for a new manager.

Wales captain Aaron Ramsey has claimed that the country's players are unhappy that they have not been asked for their opinions over the search for a new coach.

The Football Association of Wales have started the search for a new manager after the tragic death of Gary Speed in November.

However, Ramsey believes that the squad should be consulted about the new manager and admits that he is disappointed with the process.

The Arsenal midfielder told BBC Sport: "Disappointingly, [the FAW] haven't [contacted me]. Other players haven't been told anything.

"Obviously in the circumstances I would have thought that they [the FAW] would have contacted myself and a few other players to ask about our opinions."

Ramsey was appointed Wales captain by Speed in March 2011.

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